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sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> jeff: good evening, i'm jeff glor. they are the storms that don't seem to quit. torrential rains and powerful winds sweeping across northern california one more time. thousands are without power. and rising floodwaters are threatening many more. still it could have been much worse. carter evans is in sonoma tonight. >> reporter: this was the last punch in a weather system that's been pounding california for five days. and it was supposed to be the worst. the rains came with a vengence, high winds uprooted trees and overturned trucks near san francisco. to the east colder temperatures turned heavy rain into snow, saving the mountain town of truckee from the predicted flooding. california's wine country had also braced for the worst. >> the water was coming very fast and furious but the cole vert system that we've created was able to take that extra water and get it safely through town with jill techel says her town has spent more than $250 million over 20 years to protect the flood-prone city. for this storm it worked. >> that whole area o
victims begin tomorrow captioning sponsored by cbs >> jeff: good evening, everyone, i'm jeff glor in newtown, connecticut. for the fourth time in his presidency and the second time this year president obama has consoled the community hit by gun violence. there was ft. hood, there was tucson, there was aurora, and now newtown. the president arrived here late this afternoon. he met with victims' families and first responders. and tonight he attended a vigil at the newtown high school. >> newtown, you are not alone. these difficult days have unfolded. you've also inspired us, with stories of strength and resolve and sacrifice. >> jeff: the president also called for change in that speech saying are we really powerless in the face of such carnage. tomorrow the first funerals will take place. and today we learned police said that friday's massacre could be have been much, much worse. here's jim axelrod. >> reporter: newtown is a place of sober reflection and crushing emotion. all day people walk slowly to this makeshift memorial to leave flowers, light a candle, shed their tears. >> the
>> jeff: good evening, everyone, i'm jeff glor. negotiators on capitol hill seemed determine to reach the very edge of the cliff. there was new negotiating today but there will be no vote tonight on a deal to avoid tax increases that would affect nearly every american starting this week. with late details, here's nancy cordes. >> reporter: good evening. the two sides were trading offers and counteroffers all weekend long but they hit a wall on saturday night. and at this point it's difficult to tell whether the holdup is the fact that they are too far apart or that they're very close. >> i'm concerned about the lack of urgency here. >> reporter: the most recent offer came from republican senate leader mitch mcconnell at 7:00 p.m. saturday night. democrats promised they would get back to him this morning. but they didn't. >> it's now 2 p.m., and we've yet to receive a response to our good faith offer. >> reporter: sell cratic leader harry reid said the gulf over taxes was still too wide. and he signaled the white house might be tying his hands. >> i've had a number of conversa
>> jeff: tonight the nra debate, in the aftermath of newtown shooting the national rifle association said its policies are not too blame and tighter controls are not the answer. >> what we have though in this country are and in any country, a percentage of people who are frankly, either evil or crazy. >> jeff: margaret brennan has the latest. storms in the forecast for christmas day from blizzards to tornadoes. carter evans with what is happening across the country. a congressman goes public with his long battle against obesity. what he hopes his example will do for others. >> and a holiday classic that anyone can join. tony guida shows us a hallelujah chorus with a mass. ♪ ♪ captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> jeff: good evening, everyone, i'm jeff glor. the company that calls itself the world's largest arms supplier says in three days it sold over three years worth of ar-15 ammunition magazines. the company brownell apologized on-line for delays in shipping the orders. the ar-15 the nation's most popular semiautomatic rifle similar to the
: good evening, scott is off tonight. i'm jeff glor. it is the end of a holiday week, but it would appear congress is just getting started. tonight, the president said he is mottestly optimistic about a deal to avoid the fiscal cliff, which would mean avoiding automatic tax increases and spending cuts come, you know, 1. the president spoke to the nation this evening after an hour-long meeting with congressional leaders at the white house. democrat and republican leaders have agreed to extend jobless benefits and some tax increases. they appear to remain deadlocked on who exactly will pay those higher taxs. we have two reports tonight, beginning with major garrett at the white house. major, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, jeff. two things are clear tonight that were not clear this morning-- progress is real and if a deal is reached, it will be far smaller than any of the key players envisioned only a couple weeks ago. is this deal, if it's to be reached, will not the so-called grand bargain with trillions of dollars of deficit reduction. in fact, jeff, it's not even clear this dea
funded by cbs >> it's friday welcome to "cbs this morning," everyone. i'm jeff glor with rebecca jar sis. charlie, gayle and norah are off. there are predictions but little progress in washington with a deadline for the fiscal cliff now just four days away. >> president obama meets later today with congressional leaders in one last effort to make a deal before the deadline. major garrett is at the white house. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, rebecca and jeff. in just a couple of hours at the white house the president meets with all the key congressional leaders, top democrats harry reid and nancy pelosi leading republicans mitch mcconnell and john boehner. no deal can be reached in past without their cooperation. with the meeting comes a glimmer of hope. in the past all the ifisical cliff talks meetings like this have been the least productive of all. whether he meant to or not the senate majority leader may have spoken for a nation exhausted by seemingly endless fiscal cliff negotiations. >> what's going on here? >> reporter: what indeed. president obam
" th, everybody everybody. i'm jeff glor along with rebecca jarvis. >>> the fiscal cliff is now just four days away. >>> president obama meets with congressional leaders for one last effort before they reach the deadline. major garrett is at the white house. major, good morning. >> good morning, rebecca and jeff. president obama meets with the top congressional leaders. no deal can be reached impasse without their meeting. so far the fiscal talks have been when all four of these leaders have been present. >> whether he meant it or not, it seems exhaustive. >> i mean what's going on here? >> what indeed. president obama returned to the white house in a grim mood. he met with no congressional leaders and said nothing about his efforts to avert the fiscal cliff. talks continue between senior white house and congressional staff, but that's been true throughout then tire saga. with the deadline looming there were dire predictions. >> come the first of this year, americans will have less income than they have today. >> and rekrimm nations. >> now republicans have bent over backward. we've
of michigan. dagen: jeff flock is in the middle of it. jeff: we will have him live on the air and just a moment. about 12,000 people by my count. stay tuned. ♪ ally bank. why they have a raise your rate cd. tonight our guest, thomas sargent. nobel laureate in economics, and one of the most cited economists in the world. professor sargent, can you ll me what cd rates will be in two years? no. if he can't, no one can. that's why ally has a raise your rate cd. ally bank. your money needs an ally. connell: the union protesters are out in the state of michigan paddling the right to work legislation in the state. we are going there live in just a moment. apple shareholders hoping for a early holiday gift. no early dividend announcement. dagen: bottom of the hour. stocks now and every 15 minutes. we are watching delta. nicole: that is right. what happened here is delta confirmed it is acquiring the singapore airlines stake in virgin atlantic. i know you interviewed richard branson did he was here not that long ago. forming a joint venture. delta's stock is certainly reaction to this news. l
of the highway patrol in california is a guy named jeff talbott. we believe he's a patriotic american. there he is. in his last year, 'cause he's retired now, jeff collected about a half million dollars in salary. half million dollars. okay? and he retired on $175,000 a year pension. jeff is a police officer. what are you laughing about? you don't think jeff deserves half million? >> god bless jeff. god bless everybody. i mean, the fact -- the season, god bless everybody. but when we have state patrol officers in the state of california walking away with 90% of their highest salary as their pension -- >> bill: they can't pay it. >> there is a reason they call california lala land. >> bill: that's the crux of the matter everywhere. pensions, over time, unions and the folks don't have enough money to pay it. am i oversimplifying it? >> you are simplifying it brilliantly. >> bill: we're sorry to pick on you, jeff. as i said, i believe he's a patriot. probable will he gave his whole career to forgetting the people of california. but 500,000 a year, all right, he gets paid, and then he's walking awa
the gun culture that we are. jeff toobin is cnn legal analyst and christian am pan pour is also here, abc's global affairs anchor. this is rooted in the second amendment, jeff. you say it will be determined as much by politics as by law. is gun culture driving politics, politics driving gn culture? does it change? does the second amendment change from here? >> it sure does. the second amendment itself has not changed more than 200 years. but the interpretation of the second amendment has changed dramatically. for more than 100 years, the interpretation was that state militias, that mysterious first clause, they were the only ones who had the right to bear and keep arms. in 2008 the supreme court of the united states said individuals have a right to keep and bear arms. they were talking about handguns in the home. how expansive that right is remains somewhat murky at this point. the idea that you have a constitutional right to bear arms is a legitimate one for better or worse now. that's something that politicians will have to take into consideration as they decide what to do. >> you've po
'm going to take a few minutes today to honor my colleague, the senior senator from new mexico, jeff bingaman, as he retires from a long career of service to our country. for 30 years, senator bingaman has been a dedicated representative of the people of new mexico, but for those -- for 26 of those years, he was a junior senior from new mexico. the only person that i know of that was a junior senator longer than senator bingaman was fritz hollings. he was a junior senator for many, many decades to strom thurmond. but 26 years here in the senate still makes you a fairly senior member. jeff served alongside senator pete domenici, the longest serving senator in new mexico's history, until in 2009 he was the most senior junior senator. still, mr. president, jeff bingaman has never been one to get hung up on titles or credits. if there were ever the conscience of this body, it's jeff bingaman, a man who has been called by others, including by ron dorgan, a -- including byron dorgan, a workhorse. that's really true. for three decades, he has quietly and with dignity fought for the people o
's go to jeff ranieri with what's happening right now. >> a lot of rain in northern california. it's not just here in the bay area, but a good section of california. you can see on the estimated rainfall over the past 24 hours is covered in this dark green. that's at least three inches of rainfall. a lot of the river basins can't take any more. it's not just here, but again all the way up to the north of the rivers drained throughout redding, red bluff and chico and down into the bay area. everything is getting close. let's look at the maximum rainfall totals. in the north bay over eight inches. one of the highest. santa cruz mountains nearly 3 1/2. in the south bay, a very high total even for 3,486 feet, 7.24 is astonishing when you think about 24 hours. we will be under a flash flood watch for the north bay and the coastline with our next storm system coming in. we could see totals range from two to four inches. we are not done yet. it taps into a lot of moisture and we will detail when the rain moves in and where the biggest concerns are later on in the show. >> there several pa
that jeff, the name on the receipt must have been the one who typed the words into the system. but jeff was gone, so the three demanded to see a manager. >> and he had a smirk on his face, trying not to laugh. >> reporter: the manager apologized, but to offer 25% off the bill. and the ladies were shocked. >> he's like, well, i could do 50%. and we were just like, are you serious? >> reporter: and christina took a photo of the receipt. although she was embarrassed, she wanted others to see it. >> and because it's wrong. >> reporter: all three can understand why people will laugh when they first hear the story. but after a while, it is no laughing matter. it's not funny. i can see it over and over again and i still can't believe it. >> reporter: we wanted to know how something like this could happen. so we asked the management at the cameo club casino. >> i was really appalled by the behavior. >> reporter: the bar manager was not working the night it happened, but when he found out, he questioned jeff. he admitted to typing the words into the system. >> i don't think that he understood co
of the afternoon today. because of a bomb threat at one of the stores there. kron four's jeff bush shows you what happened.a drive- b >> it was a tense afternoon at 2:30. this employee found a note in the men's room at this department store. this bomb threat was discovered and the bomb squad was called out to be seeing. this is where this happened at this department store, kohl's. with a canine unit called out. the swat team also had a portable robot. police found no explosive devices. this store was reopened just after 8:00 jeff bush in milpitas, kron 4. >>jacqueline: we did see some light rain but it has moved out. we are seeing clear skies and cool temperatures freezing in fairfield. 35 and of vallejo, santa rosa, livermore, a lot of 30's. the satellite showing clear skie bay area but lingering clouds of shore. more rain for tomorrow courthouse clou temperatures in the 30's. for tomorrow, those clouds will increase with spotty showers. it will be like today. light and isolated. more rain and your details forecast, coming up. >>pam: shooting at a bus stop, leaves one man in the hospital and th
more than others. we have team coverage tonight. kron 4's jeff bush is live in larkspur. philippe djegal reports from san francisco international airport. but first lets check in with jacqueline for the latest on our weather forecast. >> jacqueline: pam, this rate has not let up showers continuing to push to the bay area. a moderate weather cells pushing through san francisco. even the lightning strikes offshore. that, with the moderate rainfall and heavy rainfall over the golden gate right now. some lighter rain over the embarcadero. to zoom in, some heavy near ocean beach and berkeley. lighter rain fall in berkeley but in the north bay, some pockets of heavy rain throughout novado and san rafael. today, nearly two-inches thus far in portions of the north bay or three-inches in santa rosa. a bit of 1 in. in petaluma but by and large not that impressive today. more for today and this system looks stronger >> pam: we continue our storm coverage. and head to the northbay. that's where we find kron 4's jeff bush in larkspur jeff any more rain tonight yet? >> pam, it has been coming i
for a serial rapist. who has attacked at least two women in the last six- months. kron four's jeff bush explains what happened, and shows you who police are looking for. >> the richmond police have been handing out fliers like this. this is believed to be the same person, one with short hair, one with longer hair. the first attack was on a june 6th, the victim was approached from behind and forced into a car. on november 20th, another attack this woman was followed for a short time and he was also trying to coax her into the car. she was able to get away. the next day, november 21st, another victim was also being followed. the suspect tried to get her into the car and she refused but this time he foerster in the car with a knife. she was taken into. >> this has been in the 22nd street corridor. the same general area. >> they are warning women to be careful, and to walk in groups and at night especially after dark. jeff bush, kron 4 news. >>pam: new video tonight. from the scene of a head-on collision in eastern contra costa county. that killed a woman and a young boy. the c-h-p says, an
exchange. let's go to jeff flock on the thick of it at the statehouse in lansing, michigan. the latest please. jeff: they said it would be a big crowd and it is. this of course is the cradle of the labor movement in the u.s. the first place of the uaw and plenty of uaw folks and the unions represented. you will hear plenty of sides on this but i will give you the union side because that is where i am standing. they save right to work means essentially they come into a workplace, negotiate a bunch of benefits and work rules and salary and people who choose not to go to the union benefit from that and that is not fair. that is their argument. the governor, governor snider, who is not a crazy right winger but a moderate governor, he never had this on his agenda but when the labor unions put it on the agenda in the last election with a ballot measure, he said okay, you put this up for grabs, it was defeated, a measure to enshrine the concept of not being a right to work state. they tried to enshrine that failed miserably and the governor said you made this an issue now and we are going to
with law enforcement and emergency crews. jeff bush has more on the pg&e and how they're handling power outages >> we are here in the hills and the pg&e is working hard to get this neighborhood powers restored. the working crews are restraining a power line 183 fell. as you can imagine, they are three stringing re--stringing as this power line fell after a tree fell. >> it is heroic. it is challenging. it is difficult. >> pg&e says that there are thousands of crew members working on this big storm series like this one. >> we have people working 36 hours. and and eight our break. and that a 16 hour shift. and in terms of the storm we barely got hit. the most of the power has been restored but we are bracing for more when the storm-- really hit. >> jeff bush, kron 4. , the rain is causing damage in the and businesses are losing out because of the downpour. of the sea of read is in san francisco. alecia reed. (saw) >> christmas trees are being sold. there were shopping in the rain. >> it is the holiday spirit. in the we are having a holiday party to more we do not want to stop getting a tr
strong storm coming up a little later on in the show. >> eye-opening numbers, jeff. thank you. rain, saturation and flooding. it's a problem for several parts of the bay area. that's why there's concern going into this weekend. here now is nbc bay area's marianne favro from san jose. >> reporter: chain saws were needed to remove a large ash tray from the walk way of this los altos home. it came crashing down this morning thanks to heavy winds. high winds also caused this power pole to slope, causing high-voltage lines to sag here on alpine road near palo alto. not motorists had to defor more than an hour. if you weren't sitting and waiting if your car today, then you were likely getting splashed. this section of coleman road in san jose was covered with several inches of rain. just one of many flooded areas in the south bay. and here on highway 87 a motorist was stranded as rain came down in sheets. >> i see pretty much accidents on the freeway right now. so i have to drive slow. i don't know. people don't know how to handle it. they drive too fast. >> reporter: while strip mall par
will go to jeff flock for that. jeff. jeff: as we speak, gm executives, that is who you are looking at right now, they are talking about the new chevy silverado. if you look at the pictures of this, there was a huge explosion as a new chevy silverado pickup was unveiled to the public. it is the number one selling vehicle for gm. this is where this thing went off. they set off an explosion down here. they are hoping for and explosion of sales. we talked to the president, for gm and he said even if we go off of it gm can still make money. we can flex and make a lot of money at fiscal cliff levels. we do not think that we need to. jeff: what do you do immediately >> we take a look at different car lines. we look at where the strength is and could be. then we look at the pent up demand. jeff: this is the silverado. they already have some kind of inventory. mark reuss said they have increased incentives. they are selling pickups. if we do not go off the cliff, they are extremely well-positioned. connell: jeff, thank you, as always. we will go back to washington for the speaker of the hou
are fine. highs in the low 40s. nice day today. >> thank you. >>> time now to check in with jeff newman. >> good morning. we'll start in virginia as i mentioned. a light commute but the accident just north of the occoquan has thinged backed up to dale city. it is not impossible. it is not stop and go. just running a bit under speed. here is your look as you are passing 123 on the way up to the accident scene which is just after the occoquan. once past this juncture, it has moved over to the left shoulder there in the main lanes. your hov lanes are running at speed. once past this and through springfield off to the lanes of 395, no problems to report. around theener loop, springfield passing tyson's over to the legion bridge. -- around the inner loop, springfield passing tyson's over to the legion bridge. no problems to report as you are heading down from baltimore passing columbia and laurel to the spli at the beltway. not exactly a clear camera. i ap see with the headlights that the volume is a lot less than it would be at 6:00 on a weekday. -- and laurel to the split at the beltway. t
at one company has spiked because of the superstorm. jeff flock joining us from wisconsin with more. jeff: i have a unique ceo who is concerned about the fiscal cliff but at the same time is hiring like it is going out of style. the ceo of generous. look at what is coming off of the line. that is one of your own power units. it has become so much in demand because of sandy. >> these are products that have only been around ten years. only a 2.5% of u.s. households a huge opportunity for markets. jeff: you have hired 200 people additionally since sandy. >> we are bringing them on and running three ships in this facility today in response. jeff: look at the stock and walked me out here. i will see as much of this facility as i can, a 3,000 square foot facility. bird stock. you have doubled in value as a result of the hurricane. >> we did. people have started to understand the importance of backup power, with you are a homeowner or a business owner. >> this is the wind turned out backup power. this unit right here, let me take a look, people have said i don't want to be out of power every tim
petallides watching traders' reaction from the floor of the nyse, jeff flock watching action on the trading pits of the cme and we have you covered with all-star fed panel. first we begin with nicole petallides on the floor of the nyse with stocks at the top of the hour. the fed now up 6. nicole: we are up six points, we are for six day is a row for the dow jones industrial. some would say people were waiting on the fed, talk about more easing and more stimulus and traders, they were asking about extending the programs, we will see about that. as far as major market averages the dow is just above the unchanged line like the s&p 500 and the ticket in nasdaq pulling back and you see the markets are very tepid and hovering right near zero and waiting for each headline. dennis: thank you, critics are calling it q e forever. the expected in moments to announce a new stimulus. cheryl: a current bond buying program, operation twist is scheduled to end. let's bring in our all-star panel. let's start with gerald 0 driscoll who is with the cato institute. you say we need to end the bond buying progra
word these are award winning policy makers and leaders in our community. we will start with jeff rosen. [applause] he's the district attorney of santa clara county and the recognized leader in criminal justice reform. he oversees the largest prosecutor's office north of los angeles and prosecute about 40,000 cases each year, so he is on the ground. he sees it all. he is however a green bay packer fan but we will forgive him because they lost. >> you should be very happy. you won. >> next to him is richard carranza and the superintendent of san francisco unified, just started in the summer of july. prior to that he was the deputy superintendent of innovation and social justice. [applause] next to richard is nancy o'malley, district attorney for alameda county. she was appointed in 2009 and elected in 2010 and has an amazing background dealing dealing with violence against women and domestic violence, elder abuse, child abuse and threat management. she's a wonderful addition to our panel so thank you nancy. [applause] next to nancy is tony smith who i loved his biobest of all and st
, and jeff and allison promote a culture of giving through their restaurants. i would like -- and you empowered employees and a wonderful thing so without any additional delay i will like to restaurant them with the 2012 appreciate honor for district five. >> thank you very much. [applause] >> thank you. we're very honored. my husband laurence hoped to be here as well and jeff and i business partner and we are lucky to be included in this month's honorium and thank you for having us and we will keep doing what we do because we love doing t thanks. [applause] >> thank you. supervisor olague. i have the honor of making the next presentation for my district, district three. let me start off by saying i hate restaurant appreciation month for two reasons. one, during the ceremony i get extremely hungry. secondly, san francisco we have the highest per capita number of restaurants of any city in the country, and my district apparently has the highest number of restaurants per square mile of any square mile in our city, and we have so many amazing restaurants it literally takes my staff
and traffic. kron four's jeff bush shows you what it was like today at union square. >> traffic has been crazy down here at union square but those who chose to drive had to be patient because it's been a slow roll all day long. the drive down oferrel street was a slow motion affair and it took several cycles of the traffic lights just to move a block. it was a convergence of pedestrians and other drivers and total gridlock was often the case at any given intersection within a mile of the square. ()horns honking)á. freyed nerves and impatience were affecting many drivers who were caught off guard by the overwhelming amount of drivers ()honking)á and pedestrians. thousands of people were out and about with their shopping bags in tow. when the lights turned, you can see that the intersections were filled with at least a hundred people every time the light turned green. but, eventually, as slow as it was, people got where they were going and joined in with the annual tradition of holiday shopping in the city. i'm jeff bush, live in union square, kron four news >> volunteers in san jose spent the
. >>> another tax you will see go up is the estate tax. >> reporter: jeff page owns 120- acre vineyard in napa valley. but when his great grandfather came here, this was cattle country. >> before the turn of the century they came in and farmed orchard fruit and cattle. >> reporter: but much of the land he grew up on is gone. >> had land in the hills over there? >> yeah. >> had to sell it all. >> yeah. >> for state tacks. >> question. >> reporter: his for died in 1972 when state taxes were 77%. >> it was a big tax bill. half a million dollars, we sold off 150-acres. >> now jeff and his wife mary worry their dream of passing the land onto their two daughters will be ruined by the fiscal cliff. the estate tax would rise. at today's prices, it could be worth 8 million. >> you are wealthy, right? but it's all in the dirt. you know. we are dirt rich, cash poor. >> reporter: for the pages, more than money is at take. they want the land of their past to be part of their future. john blackstone, napa valley. >>> log onto cbssf.com. >>> heightened patrols for drunk drivers are getting underway starting
of maryland medical center, in towson. let's go live to captain jeff long in sky eye chopper 13 with more. captain jeff? >> reporter: gamp. this incident happened 2:30 p.m. here at st. joe's. an a baltimore county police officer was guarding a prisoner, in the emergency room, when the guard -- or the police officer and the prisoner got into a scuffle. and a weapon was discharged into a wall. some pepper spray was also sprayed. but no injuries have been reported. as you can see, baltimore county police are on scene investigating this. and we'll bring you more information as we get it. reporting live from sky eye chopper 13, i'm captain jeff long. back to you. >> all right, captain jeff. thank you. we'll have updates for you on this breaking news as soon as we receive them. >>> today's other big story, two days after an angry confrontation on a subway platform in midtown, manhattan, leads to the death of a 58-year- old man. the nypd makes an arrest. terrell brown reports for wjz, the grisly scene unfolded before a crowd of cameras. >> reporter: two
explained jeff, the name on the receipt, must have typed the words into the system, but jeff was gone. so the three demanded to see a manager. >> he had a smirk on his face like it was funny but trying not to laugh. >> reporter: the manager apologized, but his first reaction was to offer 25% off the bill. the ladies were shocked. >> he was like well, i could do 50%. >> reporter: christina took a photo of the receipt and although she was embarrassed she wanted others to see it. >> because it's wrong. >> reporter: all three ladies say they can understand why people will laugh when they first hear the story, but after a while it's no laughing matter. >> it's not funny. it's like i can just see it over and over again. still can't believe it. it's something we have to deal with. >> reporter: we wanted to know how something like this could happen, so we asked the management at the cameo club casino. >> i was really appalled at obviously the behavior. >> reporter: bar manager jimmy seemers was not working the night it happened, but when he found out, he questioned jeff who admitted to typin
. ashley: we need to get our applications and. tracy: oil prices tumbling again. jeff flock in the pits of this cme with the very latest. jeff: coffer of about 1% today. positive news out of china. coffee is down. way down. the number of coffee beans is up. that means prices are down. scott shelby trades a lot. >> not really. deflation may be coming on board and set of inflation. it is something japan has been stuck on for years. jeff: the big markets are not moving. >> when the government tells you lower longer, we may not all put our purchases off for next year. our economy still is not doing very well. we have the inflationary rather than inflationary. jeff: scott will walk slowly, by the way, he fell down the stairs and he is concerned about the economy falling down the stairs. >> even if there is a deal, ultimately, that will not get jobs going. we are growing a little bit. central bankers cannot stand deflation. they have been fighting inflation for years. jeff: i will leave you with the price of gold. you think gold is done. >> it will be cheaper next year. it will start to get p
for one wisconsin generator company. jeff flock is live with that story. first, some of the winners and losers. ♪ le announcer ] where do you turn for legal matteters? at legalzoom, we've created a better place to handle youregal needs. maybe you have questions about incorporating a business you'd like to start. or questions about protecting your family with a will or living trust. and you'd like to find the right attorney to help guide you along, answer any questions and offer advice. with an "a" rating from the better business bureau legalzoom helps you get personalized and affordable legal protection. in most states, a legal plan attorney is available with every personalized document to aner any questions. get started at lalom.com today. and now you're protected. ashley: superstorm sandy causing devastation for many americans. massive power outages sparked a booming business for one wisconsin company. jeff flock has more. jeff: whenever there is a huge economic recovery in this country, this is what it will look like. this is a company that makes generators like no other. they
this break. first, take a look at metals. we are back after this. ♪ two. lori: jeff flock in the pits of this cme. jeff: we have a number of factors running today. i don't think any of them have to do with the fiscal cliff. you can see for your self the volume. there is tumbleweeds going through the pits. i will show you reasons why oil is off today. they all have to do with the middle east. suspended production with baghdad over prices. iran, to prices of military exercises. military exercises starting there today. that makes the oil market very jittery. you can see a little thin here. everything from wti to brent to gasoline futures to heating oil futures. we have a lot of cold weather coming in. a much more need for heating oil and the like. i didn't hear in that ad room. trading volume is light. tracy: so cool. jeff flock, thank you for doing that for us. [talking over each other] lori: as we do every 15 minutes, we chuckled the markets. nicole petallides on the floor of the new york stock exchange. nicole: a lot of down arrows. zynga is really bucking the trend. it is up 3.25%. i
six kron-4's jeff bush is in richmond tonight with the new details. jeff? >> this 23 to street corridor is his hunting ground. there are two different police sketches, the left is the longer air and the right with the shorter hair. they believe that this is the same person, with 5 ft. 7 in., with hispanic. the victim was approached from behind and forced into the car and sexually assaulted. on november 20th, a second attack she felt like she was being followed. she was able to get away intimated to a safe location. the very next day, november 21st first, the same situation, the suspect tried to get her into the car he produced a knife. choker to an unknown location and sexually assaulted her. >> what we are getting from the victim's the motive is very similar and the description is very similar. they could be connected in some ways a we really want to make sure that we're getting the information out there. ticket safety tips and to make sure that we're letting people know that there are people out there. we have had to kidnappings. with a sexual assault and these two kidnapping
his mercedes crashed, flipped and caught fire. in the passenger seat, his teammate, jeff brown. brent was given and failed field sobriety tests. brown was rushed to a hospital where he died. >> once the officers learned that brown had passed away then mr. price-brent was under arrest for intoxication manslaughter. >> on behalf of josh, a tremendous loss to him. >> reporter: it's not the first time that brent has been charged with drinking and driving. he was arrested in college and sentenced to 60 days behind bars. from his jail cell overnight he released a statement. it's been a tragic week for the nfl. last saturday, kansas city chiefs jovan belcher murdered his girlfriend and then killed himself just hours earlier, police talked to belcher found passed out in his car. >> how are you doing tonight, man sf. >>. >> reporter: belcher had been drinking. but since he wasn't driving, the police cut him a brack. with no way of knowing what he was about to do. >> crisis in egypt showing no signs of easing this morning despite a major concession by the president morsi. he said that he grab u
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to digest it it was a phenomenal story. the intercontinental exchange was created only 12 years ago by jeff springer, a longtime executive in the energy industry. people don't realize energy is a commodity, commodities are traded in exchanges locking in costs. he came up with a system to forget about the pits of chicago where people ice-cream at each other or new york, the new york mercantile exchange, let's do electronically and he created this thing, the intercontinental exchange and what is great about this is it is something to be said for the stock exchange remaining independent but they are now part of an american company and an american entrepreneur created $10 billion of wealth, that is what the market cap was before the deal and when you buy something your stock usually goes down a little bit, created $10 billion worth of wealth of market cap in ten years, something to be proud of and buying the stock exchange. not selling for the germans. [talking over each other] >> regulators time it. charlie: regulators in europe, eyes and nasdaq attempt over the stock exchange on antitrust gro
of town representing the department elsewhere. sorry, i'm jeff, director of [speaker not understood] standing in for john. there is a director's report in your package that identifies it. a couple matters. one, milestone achievements, those being recognition of staff that have been here for long, dedicate and had contributory periods, a number for five years. davidal enbecause, 15 years. lulu wong, remarkable 30 years. there is also a description of two grants that will department has also recently received. * >> commissioners, item 11, review of past week's events at the board of supervisors, board of appeals, and historic preservation commission. >> good afternoon, commissioners, andrea rodgers, planning department staff.
lined up in oakland to trade their guns for cash. kron4's jeff pierce has the details. >> one hundred and twenty one, one hundred and twenty two, one hundred and twenty three, one hundred and twenty four. >>reporter: olois simmons of youth uprising counted the cars waiting to turn in guns for cash saturday afternoon in oakland. nearly two hundred cars with guns in their trunks waited hours for the hundred dollars for each gun for as many as three guns. it was one of the most succesful gun by back programs ever held in the city. >> one gun off the street is good but the whole back side of a paddy wagon is even better. >>reporter: that success was credited to youth uprising's ability to organize and promote the event beyond what a police department is able to achieve. >> we had young people as the voice of it we did out reach hand to hand in communities with community members reaching out to each other, you get a drastically different outcome then when you have the police reaching out. >>reporter: the oakland police department was more than pleased to process and take possession of thos
. the art of that is sometimes awkward, especially on a public level because there is a risk, god bless jeff who took a risk. i called him on friday, i heard a radio ad, i said, hey, i can help on tuesday. i love what i get to do now. i work for everybody i choose to. i turn down more work for speaking in comedy than more people in those industries can ask to do in a year. i'm designed to do this. trauma, drama, aapplicanted, addicted mama, that all leads to a shield for a accepts of humor -- sense of humor that provides balance in unfairness. i just made a living doing it because it allowed me to keep on living doing it. my dad would crush you at our house so hard that you would black out. and then he was offended you couldn't stick around for the full beating. i'm not the dad i had. my son is not the boy i was. because people like you have allowed me to become the man i am. he gets to be the child he wants to be. now just saying that in public, child of god, somebody is going to write an email. separation, church and state, got god bless you. you didn't hire me. shut up! that's a joke. let
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